18.03.2017 ►19th Jaina Studies Workshop ►Jainism and Buddhism

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19th Jaina Studies Workshop, Jainism and Buddhism

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Date: 18 March 2017
Time: 9:00 AM

Finishes: 18 March 2017
Time: 6:30 PM

Venue: Brunei Gallery Room: Brunei Gallery Lecture Theatre

Type of Event: Workshop

 

Programme

Time

Description

First Session

9:00am

Tea and Coffee

9:15am

Charles DiSimone (Ludwig-Maximilians- Universität München) Mūlasarvāstivāda Dīrghāgama Manuscript Found at Gilgit that Deals with Jainism in the Eyes of Buddhists

9: 50am

Christopher Key Chapple (Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles) The Conversion of Jaina Women to the Buddhist Path According to the Pali Canon

10:25am

Juan Wu (University of Leiden) Stories of King King Pradyota and His Family in Buddhist and Jaina Traditions: Some Comparative Notes

11:00am

Tea & Coffee

Second Session

11:30am

Haiyan Hu-von Hinüber (University of Freiburg) Ekapoṣadha and ekamaṇḍalī: Some Comparative Notes of Jaina and Buddhist Monastic Rules

12:05pm

Kazuyoshi Hotta (Otani University, Kyoto) On Corresponding Sanskrit Words of Prakrit Posaha: With Special Reference to Śrāvakācāra Texts and Buddhist Texts

12.40pm

Group Photo

13.00pm

Lunch: Brunei Gallery Suite

Third Session

14.00pm

Yumi Fujimoto (Sendai, Japan) About Vasati in Vyavahārabhāṣya I-II in Comparison to Buddhist Texts

14.35pm

Yutaka Kawasaki (University of Tokyo) Haribhadra's Criticism of Buddhism on the Concept of Possession (parigraha)

15.10pm

Samaṇī Kusuma Prajñā (Jaina Vishva Bharati Institute, Ladnun) Why the Buddha is Missing in the Isibhāsiyāim

15.45pm

Tea & Coffee

Fourth Session

16.15pm

Lucas Den Boer (University of Leiden) Jaina and Buddhist Epistemology in Umāsvāti’s Time

16.50pm

Jayandra Soni (University of Innsbruck) The Digambara Vidyānandin’s Discussion with the Buddhist on svasaṃvedana, pratyakṣa and pramāṇa

17.25pm

Heleen De Jonckheere (Ghent University) Examination of the Buddhists in Amitagati's Dharmaparīkṣā: A Reflective Look on Jaina Criticism

18.00pm

Final Remarks

Books of abstracts

Jainism and Buddhism: Book of Abstracts

Registration

Free and Open to All

Image Caption

  • Left image: Seated Buddha Amitabha statue, west side of Borobudur, ca. 1863-1866. Date circa 1863–1866
  • Right image: Unknown artist, Madhya Pradesh or Gujarat, India, 12th century, Seated Jina, 1108, Black stone, 25 x 20 1/2 x 13in. (63.5 x 52.1 x 33cm), Minneapolis Institute of Arts, The Katherine Kittredge McMillan Memorial Fund 98.211, Photo: Minneapolis Institute of Art

Organiser: Dr Peter Flugel

Contact email: pf8(at)soas.ac.uk

Sponsor: Part funded by the Centre of Buddhist Studies

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